There are a lot of things to do in New York. It is a metropolitan area filled with history, culture and joy of life. There are so many places to see that not even a week will be enough. So you should always concentrate on the main visiting spots. Obviously everyone heard of the Statue of Liberty, and trust me, it is worth seeing. It is quite a climb up to the top (I’ve had my share of climbing), but it is worth it once you get there. Same with the Empire State Building building, but you will be carried up there by an elevator instead. I remember when I first saw it I was amazed by this architectural monument. The view from the top is also fantastic. I had the craziest experience up there. Anyone, remember “Sleepless in Seattle”? Well, that morning I separated from my parents and just like in the movie, we met up there about an hour before closing time. Of course, I was not lost or as young as the boy from the movie, but still it was a nice story.Anyhow, back to the Big Apple. You shouldn’t miss the Metropolitan Museum of Art. You can see thousand of years of history, all under one roof. From the Neolithic period until the American Revolution, from Greek art to modern art, there is something for everyone.You should definitely go take a walk on the famous Broadway and maybe even catch one of their famous plays. Go take a stroll down Central Park, Little Italy, Chinatown, Times Square and many, many other beautiful and exciting places and cultural spots. If you want to catch your share of celebrities, go to the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.For additional information and online travel guides you can visit “Trusted Tours & Attractions”. Don’t forget to sign up for their newsletter for a chance to win a $150 iTunes gift card.P.S. If you are renting a car you could also drive to Boston (around 4 and 1/2 hours). On the same note as New York, there are plenty of things to do in Boston.